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. today, what is your reaction, sir? >> sean hannity, in the good old days when men were men, gay meant you were happy and aids was an anti-depressant, we had hollywood stars like john wayne and others you could look up to, we had the roman catholic church. look at the scandal there. in fact, lance armstrong, who i thought was one of the greatest stories in american sporting history, has been found dirty and now is getting sued all over the place. i believe, sean, and i think you would agree with me, that role models are those individuals you have dinner with. it's moms and dads and brothers and sisters and poppies and nanas and aunts and uncles and you can't look at anyone for a role model except for in your own family. >> i was a new york mets fan growing up. i wanted to be tom seaver. help me out. you're friends with pete rose. >> there is no better man, he's a man's man and a woman's man. pete rose, johnny bench and others, frank robinson went to pete for years and said, come clean, it's all going to be okay. pete couldn't confront the truth, and a-rod, i don't think, is confronting
to what he said to his friend sean hannity. listen to what he said to his friend sean hannity. i mean, it would be unhealthy. it was unhealthy to have all that exposure for our candidates. yeah, it was because you had a bunch of crackpots running for president and they did wound themselves every time they got out there. there were enough debates for perry to forget which agencies he was going to abolish in the federal government. right? so, yeah, i can see from his perspective, you want to go to the friendly confines of fox news. you want to have loving moderators like a sean hannity. you want to tell your story there. the problem is that that did not work in 2012. in fact, living in the friendly confines of fox news made those republicans think they were going to win, that they could beat barack obama, that he wasn't a popular president. >> let's go back to reality, joan, with this. as your point is made, there's a long tradition ofnous anchors moderating debates. i moderated the republican debate at the reagan library last election, 2008. >> right. >> despite that history, reince pr
minjárez nos informa. >> hay 441 propuestas esperando para que sean aprobada,s lo que no forma parte del paquete, es la decisión de la corte suprema que indico que california deberá liberar más reos para el cupo en las prisiones. >> a lo que respondió no saber qué otra cosa más hacer para resolver el problema. >> una de las propuestas en esta sesión es la del acta de la confianza que está en manos de los legisladores esperando a ser aprobada. >> la incitiva que impulsa toma amiano dejari adiós criterio por los arretsos por inmigrante. >> no es exactamente lo que le quiere pero esperamos que lo firma esta vez. >> la otra es que aseguraría derechos laborales a las empleadas domestica.s >> muchas son mujeres e inmigrantes y ahora no reciben desacansos ni sobre tiempo que no lo pagan. >>se reincoporan hasta el próximo lunes. >> nos informo mami >>> oiga qué le parece si vamos a saber del clima está listo guillermo quiroz. >> y ya de regreos para platicarle para decirle qué ocurre no está la unión ameicna, condiciones estables y el monxon entra en zonas de desierto y no llega
paralegal. >> muchas son familias que han ahorradao y que después sean víctimas de estas personas no es justo. >> muchas personas se aplican y todavía no ha llegado una reforma entonces pueden echar a perder una aplicación. >> incluso puede terminar en deportacion. >> a algunos los reportan a ace para comenzar un proceso migratorio. >> es importante recordar que aún no existe una reforma migratoria , reporte a las autoridades si ha sido víctima de frauda. >> líderes de grupos religiosos apoyarn la causa de diaz de leon , este residente ejemplar tiene dos hijos de cinco y siete años que lo necesitan , se informó que investigan el caso. >> es una persona con un carácter moral increibl e, él es una persona que sirve a la gente y que ayuda todo el mundo. >> hemos escrito una carta. >> defensores de diaz de leon aseguran que es una personas sin ningún récord criminal y que no tiene porque ser deportado. >> dos ciudades en estados unidos aumentaron sus medidas de seguridad como nueva york y san francisco dónde la policía resguarda las calles. >> el departamento de trqansportes d
tratar de evitar que los billetes de cinco, 50 y 100 dÓlares sean falsificados. >>> no es fÁcil de reconocer, este es un billete de 100 dÓlares verdadero y estos son algunos de los mecanismos de seguridad. >>> sello de agua, pequeÑos peloss de colores y faja de seguridad. >>> con ayuda de un especialista les vas a mostrar dos mÉtodos utilizados para determinar la veracidad de un billete. >>> el primero y mÁs conocido es la prueba que se realiza con una ayuda de un marcador especial. anton nos explica. >>> hemos sacado billetes, un verdadero y uno falso, el falso automÁticamente se pinta, el verdadero no pinta. >>> otra forma de verificar es a travÉs de esta pequeÑa mÁquina, cuenta con una luz y un lente de aumento que permiten ver en mayor detalle los dispositivos de seguridad. >>> se puede apreciar el sello de agua con nitidez. >>> semejante a la cara principal del billete, en el falso se distorsiona la imagen. es muy diferenÍcil diferenciar billete de un falso. >>> la prueba que nunca falla es el tacto, tenemos acÁ un billete verdadero y uno falso, notamos que en el bil
. >> this is the little guy we did this for today. >> christine and sean moved up their wedding date a year after doctors told them logan only had weeks to live. the backyard ceremony was put together in a week with donations from friends and strangers. even the wedding dress was borrowed. wanted their son to be part of their big day. >> this is a dream come true. all our family together and we're all together celebrating, the celebration of my son's life and celebration of our marriage. >> logan was diagnosed with acute myeloid leukemia. since then, in and out of the hospital under going chemotherapy and having a kidney removed. >> i have learned so much from logan. he has made me a better person. he's just an angel from heaven. i'm going to miss him. >> logan's mom sent her son one final message saying she will see him in her dreams. cbs news. >> former president george w bush is recovering in a dallas hospital after under going a heart related procedure. doctors discovered. a bush spokes person says there were no complications and the 67-year-old should go home tomorrow. >> bright news for us. and bri
of chaos at venice beach. >> he just revved his car and just accelerated right here. >> reporter: sean daly was at the front of his store. >> i thought it was a bomb, to be honest. >> reporter: thought it was a bomb? >> yeah, because of a big boom and i was just right standing at the front and i heard this big explosion but it was the a.t.m. that got hit first and that's what made everyone jump. everyone was ducking like this, it was terrible. >> reporter: you can see the dodge sedan in the top left-hand corner of this video recorded by a surveillance camera. minutes earlier another camera captured the driver, 38-year-old nathan campbell, out of the car seeming to check the route he was about to follow. los angeles mayor eric garcetti. >> this tragedy, obviously this is somebody they said he was smiling as he accelerated. if he doesn't have some sort of mental issue i would be surprised. >> reporter: an italian tourist was killed. she was on her honeymoon. in a statement, her family said she was robbed of her life while living her dream visit to california with her husband. nathan campbell
times the mean severance to employees. bankruptcy judge sean lane, who approved american's merger with u.s. airways after american's bankruptcy filing, will hear arguments next week on whether horton's severance amount is unlawful. air travel is up, and so are the wait times at airport security lines. air travel is up 6% from last summer. at lax in july, the maximum wait time was 57 minutes - that's five minutes longer than it was a year ago. add to that a three-year study from the government accountability office that found, since 2010, misconduct among tsa workers also up - 26% - most of it for being late to work, excessively absent, and for sleeping on the job. tesla, the electric vehicle darling of wall street, may find one source of its profits run out of juice this fall. regulators in california are thinking of eliminating the zero-emission credits essential to tesla recording an $11 million profit in the first quarter. currently, the car- maker earns credits not because its batteries recharge quickly but, because the battery pack itself may be swapped out in less than two minutes.
that she shared with the boy's father, her new husband, sean stevenson. the couple lived near pittsburgh. the boy, who had leukemia and other complications, was dressed in a tan pinstripe suit and a torn shirt. his mother says of facebook, " he is with angels and he is in no more pain. " >> a big name in silicon valley is speaking up about immigration reform. facebook ceo mark zuckerberg spoke at a screen last night for the film " undocumented ", it is a documentary that follows a and a filipino immigrant and journalist who was brought to the u.s. by his parents. zuckerberg says the the issue is important for the future of the country and not just about securing a more visas. this is the first time he has spoken in support of immigration reform. line at the time is 6:45 a.m.. taking a look at our top stories this morning. >> firefighters in san francisco are battling a brush fire. this is near the cemetery in the presidio. the fire was reported around 2:00 a.m. near lincoln boulevard and mcdowell ave. the fire is out but crews remain on the scene. >> union workers with a.c. transit are t
dÓlares sean falsificados. >> pese a todos los mecanismos de seguridad que se han implementado en billetes no es es fÁcil reconocer cuando uno es verdadero y uno falso. >> estos son algunos de los mecanismos de seguridad. >> sello de agua. >> pequeÑos pelos de colores y faja de seguridad. >> ahora con la ayuda de un especialista les vamos a mostrar dos de los mÉtodos mÁs utilizados en los bancos y las casas de cambio para determinar la veracidad de un billete. >> el primero y tal vez el mÁs conocido es la prueba que se realiza con la ayuda de un marcador especial, ha trabajado por casi 15 aÑos en una casa de cambio y nos explica. >> y un verdadero y uno falso, lo pintamos. >> este falso. >> automÁticamente se pinta. >> verdadero no pinta. >> otra forma de verificar es a travÉs de esta pequeÑa mÁquina. >> emite un sonido que cuenta con una luz y un lente de aumento que permite en ver mayor detalle los dispositivo de seguridad. >> se puede apreciar el sello de agua con nit dÉcimo tiene que ser semejante a la cara de agua. >> en el falso no. >> como hemos visto casi todos los mecan
to who what housing and urban secretary sean donovan said earlier on "squawk box." >> we're not going back to a system that got us into the bubble in the first place. not everybody is going to be able to get a mortgage or buy a home. we need to recognize that as a country. >> let's bring in a senior policy analyze with guggenheim partners, and diana is with us as well. jarrett, why don't you start with that. should everyone be able to buy a home or as secretary suggested with the changes put in place it might be harder for some people to get a mortgage. they might not be able to get a mortgage. what do you think? >> well, everybody should want to buy a home. it's a great part of this country, a desire of people to actually own a property and be part of a community, but that's very different than whether everyone should be able to qualify to get a loan. i think that's what the secretary is referring to. our big concern is that government policy has gone too far and too few people can actually qualify to get homes that they can afford. >> diana, weigh in on that, because you've mentione
force one. >> absolutely. i see he's with hud secretary sean donovan behind him. yes, part of the politics of the few weeks of speeches, tamron, is to try to put some pressure on house republicans to cooperate more. very tough environment that he's playing in. you know, the other thing on housing where there might be common ground is trying to take apart fannie mae and freddie mac and try to simplify the mortgage process so people understand more about what they're getting into. you know, we may be past an era of those so-called liars loans which helped drive up prices. but in this one area, there just may be more area for common ground. >> all right. thank you very much, lynn. thank you, sherry. you're watching the president arriving in phoenix, arizona. then traveling on to burbank, california, to be live on "the jay leno show." it may be the first time we hear from the president on camera regarding this latest terror threat and a litany of other issues likely to be addressed on leno's show. not just an entertainment show. certainly more serious topics addressed there lat
four americans. our ambassador, chris stevens, the state department officer sean smith and two former navy seals tyrone woods and glen dorty. doherty. >> shepard, the charges remain under seal in new york tonight. in may released three suspects wanted for questioning. it is not clear whether they are the ones charged. but reporters spoke to one of the suspects just days after the attack and more recently. justice department officials issued the following statement, quote: the department's investigation is ongoing. it has been and remains a top priority. we have no further comment at this time. the administration is under increasing pressure to show that it is acting against the benghazi perpetrators. fox news has spoken to multiple military sources who say that u.s. operators have been on the ground monitoring several suspected attackers in libya for more than 10 months. libyan sources tonight tell us there is a great deal of action, activity tonight in darna a town known as recruiting ground for al qaeda east of benghazi. it is not clear the nature of the activity there tonight but d
of shutting down has bipartisan support on xichl we have more on this story with hud secretary sean donovan later this hour. >>> also, speaking of mortgages, americans are paying them on time more often these daysment credit reporting agency transunion says the percentage of late payments fell from 5.5% a year earlier, the lowest level in five years. general motors is cutting the price of the electric chevy volt. that's a drop of about 12.5%. back if june, gm cut the price of the volt in hopes of spuring sales. >> one of our best friend is here to talk business the economy and washington a. man who wears many hats, harold ford, are you a managing director nyu professor public policy, former congressman, nbc news political analyst. >> and your friend. >> do i get that, too. we got a lot to talk about. >> becky and scott, too. >> they are friend, too. >> we are going to talk newspapers. i never had a paper route, but extra, extra, read all about it, amazon's jeff besos is dropping serious cash, probably not serious cash, $250 million is one day's worth of work for him. you and me. joining us
. bill: you made that point last night with sean. you wonder too, what the democrats who want the nomination, how they would feel too if indeed these projects go forward on nbc and cnn you say you're looking at the debate calendar and you're also going to put a hold on who the moderators of the debates are. you think you were burned in 2012? >> i think that we made, or at least the candidates made a big mistake in raising their hand for every two hour debate offered absolutely. i think 23 debates is ridiculous. but, you know, but the second thing that is ridiculous is allowing moderators who are not serving the best interests of the candidates in the party, to actually be the people deposing our people. and think that is totally wrong and i think it is incumbent on the republican party today, to get its act together, put a reasonable debate calendar together, with the moderators that are not trying to kill us. bill: understood but as based on your statement yesterday, and the interview you did last night you're serious about this boycott, right? if cnn goes ahead and airs this
-hillary movie to be out there? >> andrew: here is the chairman of the republican national committee on sean hannity last night? >> the fact is, you've got two networks that are potentially spending millions of dollars promoting a person that they know is at least doing the dance and getting ready for a run for president and i think it's about time that our party stands up and protects the party and our candidates from networks that are not in the business of promoting our party. they're not in the business of promoting our candidate. they're not in the business of doing anything but promoting the democratic party. and i'm not going to sit around and watch this happen anymore. >> steve: he also said that nbc and cnn were hillary clinton campaign operatives. them's fighting words. let's see what happens. >> gretchen: let's talk about the privacy of your cell phone. because much has been made in the last couple of weeks and months about the nsa and listening or at least tracking your phone calls and your other information with regard to e-mails. so the question this morning is, how private is
sean, a reporter with sharp grid today. it's been said that with regards to isac there are not enough security clearances for everyone who wants to participate. it's acknowledged this is a problem and what is being done to address it. >> thanks for the question. the industry recognized we needed to get security clearances out to those that really need it. so then you do the simple math, and i want to say there's 4,000 entities and to come up with a model that may be three or four clearances are needed for entities. do the math, it's just simply not achievable with the budget constraints, the handling of that many background investigations, et cetera, et cetera. so, who really should get those clearances? well, the technical committee that reports directly to the board of directors, tackled this problem for the last eight months. they formed a task force and we built a product. that's one of the reports going to the board here next week, and if it's approved, accepted, by the board, it will become public. that is one model for the clearance issue. and i look forward to getting that in
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